Nivedita’s design sensibilities are charming and mimimalistic. This decor has traditional Indian elements yet quite contemporary. I am going to hand it over to her to talk about her inspiration, but first her choice of music to be played with this post here
I am based in London. My husband and I moved here 2 years back and are loving the city!
My love for aesthetics is largely inherited. My parents’ appreciation for the arts and heritage has strongly rubbed onto me. I love design in every form. Growing up largely in South India, the South Indian art forms are very close to my heart – be it the Chettinad woodworks, the Tanjore paintings, the Mysore paintings, the Chola style bronze sculptures, the Athangudi tiles …the list just goes on and on.
My husband and I enjoy travel. We have collected quite a few pieces of art and design along the way, over the years. We have moved many homes across multiple countries and cultures, and I have thoroughly enjoyed setting up every one of them.
Minimalism has always fascinated me and my styling, more often than not, tends to be quite minimalist. I enjoy the play of natural light in a room through the day. I try to incorporate this dynamism in the interior design of the room.